e-Yantra Ideas Competition [eYIC]:
Best Algorithm Design award:
e-Yantra Ideas Competition (eYIC) seeks to identify and nurture potential entrepreneurs in the eYantra Labs that the project has set up throughout the country. Students are invited to submit a proposal to solve a local problem using their e-Yantra lab and after an intense process of selection and vetting, are permitted to go ahead and build the proposed system using their eYantra labs. Following a pre-selection in regional finals this year in Coimbatore, Ernakulum, Bangalore, Pune, Mumbai, Ahmedabad and Noida, the 18 finalists present their implemented ideas at IIT Bombay on March 23-24, 2018. We are delighted to say that the team of Fr. Conceicao Rodrigues College of Engineering, Bandra with its project Automated Traffic Surveillance System, was one of the 18 finalists in the e-Yantra Ideas competition. This makes our team one of the top 2.83 percent of the contestants. It also won the Best Algorithm Design award.
Most innovative solution award:
This is the fifth year of e-Yantra Robotics Competition (eYRC). For the second consecutive year Fr. Conceicao Rodrigues College of Engineering was declared the winner in most innovative solution award category. The e-Yantra project is sponsored by the Ministry of Human Resource Development, under the National Mission for Education through ICT, to provide hands-on learning infrastructure to students who have limited access to labs and mentors. The theme for this year's eYRC is 'Real World problem'. The competitors have to develop indigenous solutions using robotics for crop health monitoring, reaching out under hazardous waste handling and emergency services etc. It aims to make students aware about how technology can be used to solve many problems that we face in our day-to-day lives and also provide a common platform to showcase their talent.
Dr.S Radhakrishan Memorial awards 2017 - "The Best Teacher Award":
Dr. Joseph Rodrigues from Humanities and Sciences Department has been honored with 'Dr.S Radhakrishan Memorial awards 2017 - "The Best Teacher Award" from International Human Rights Council.
For last two decades; he has been teaching English language to vernacular medium students belonging to the villages of Navi-Mumbai. His passion and devotion for teaching attracted many poor students from remote villages who were keen to develop their command on English language. He also delivered guidance lectures to students appearing for SSC and HSC. He arouse love for English Language and grammar among students. Apart from this, he has been successful in inculcating human values with his teachings. Hence, he has been nominated by International Human Rights Council and appreciated for his selfless work.
Special Award from Indian Institution of Industrial Engineering (IIIE):
Dr. Bhushan T. Patil, Professor and Dean-Research and Development at Fr. CRCE, Department of Production Engineering has been honoured with prestigious ‘Special Award’ from Indian Institution of Industrial Engineering for continuous innovative development of Industrial Engineering in its operations and significant encouragement to the industries in India. He received this award during The 60th Diamond Jubilee Convention of Indian Institution of Industrial Engineering (Popularly known as IIIE) and International Conference on “Role of Industrial Engineering in Industry 4.0 Paradigm (ICIEIND)” organized by IIIE Odisha chapter in collaboration with Siksha 'O' Anusandhan (Deemed to be University), at Institute of Technical Education and Research (ITER) from 27th-30th September 2018.
Best Paper Presentation Prize at International Conference organized by IIIE at Bhubaneswar:
Ms. Ketaki Joshi and Dr. Bhushan Patil have received ‘Best Paper Presentation Prize for the First Rank’ for the research paper jointly authored and presented by them at International Conference on “Role of Industrial Engineering in Industry 4.0 Paradigm (ICIEIND)” organized by IIIE Odisha chapter in collaboration with Siksha 'O' Anusandhan (Deemed to be University), at Institute of Technical Education and Research (ITER) from 27th-30th September 2018. The paper was related to the research work being carried out by Ms. Ketaki Joshi under the guidance of Dr. Bhushan Patil. In total, 242 papers were presented by participants across the globe from academia, R&D organizations and industries in different technical session tracks. The paper presentation competition was judged by esteemed session chairs which included calibre researchers from different parts of the world such as Sweden, USA, Turkey, France, Australia, UK, Thailand. The selected papers of ICIEIND 2018 will be published in different SCOPUS Indexed International journals based on the authors’ expression of interest and quality of paper which is recommended by Technical Review Committee/Editorial Board.
Congratulations - University of Mumbai Rank Holders 2018:
Hearty Congratulations to our University of Mumbai Gold Medalists, 2018
| Ms. Rachel Joseph|
Dept. of Electronics Engineering
| Mr. Subhodh Bhamare|
Dept. of Production Engineering
Congratulations and Best Wishes from the Management, Staff members and Studnets to the Rank Holders for their Excellent Academic achievement.